Post University

 
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800 Country Club Rd Waterbury, Connecticut 06723
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Tuition and Financial Aid

Post University tuition for the 2012-2013 school year is approximately $25,000. There are some additional fees, plus the cost of supplies, textbooks, room & board, etc. However, 100% of full-time main campus students receive some form of financial aid. Post University works with its students to help them finance their education. This includes discussions with advisors to help students figure out which loans to take out, or which scholarships to apply for, as well as discussing the option of enrolling in a monthly tuition payment plan.

Financial Aid Web Address: http://www.post.edu/

Tuition Pay Plan Offered: Yes

Financial Aid is available to those who qualify
Tuition 2010/2011 Undergrad Grad
Avg In-State $24,800 $6,380
Avg Out-State $24,800 $6,380
Additional Fees Undergrad Grad
Required Fees    
In-State $1,050 $0
Out-State $1,050 $0
Per Credit Charge    
In-State $800 $532
Out-State $800 $532
Total Fees    
In-State $1,050 -
Out-State $1,050 -
Books & Supplies $1,500 -
Room & Board    
On-Campus - -
Off-Campus - -
Tuition + Additional Fees Undergrad Grad
Avg In-State $25,850 $6,380
Avg Out-State $25,850 $6,380
Avg Amount Grant Received: $9,847
61% Grant Aid
100% Any Aid
Avg Amount Federal Grant Received: $3,916
48% Federal Grant Aid
Avg Amount Local Grant Received: $4,470
50% Local Grant Aid
Avg Amount Federal Loan Received: $9,263
Avg Total Undergrad Grant Aid: $9,088,904
Total Undergraduates who receive PELL: - Avg Amount PELL Received: $3,251
35% PELL Aid
Avg Amount Loan Aid Received: $9,280
63% Federal Loan Aid
85% Loan Aid
Avg Amount School Grant Received: $3,112
96% School Grant Aid
Source: U.S. Department of Education 2010/11

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